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changeover

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Pronunciation: /ˈtʃeɪn(d)ʒəʊvə
 
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Definition of changeover in English:

noun

A change from one system or situation to another: the changeover from handicraft to mechanized manufacture [as modifier]: the changeover period
More example sentences
  • The supermarket had adapted all its checkouts to handle both currencies during the changeover period.
  • Prices rose substantially across a range of areas in Ireland during the euro changeover period.
  • There is a changeover period this year until October when both old and new numbers can be used.

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